Ho ho ho! Merry Christmas everyone. Have you been nice this year, kids? Let me tell you a story.
There was once an Elf. Just an usual elf, no superpowers, no Lamborghini, no criminal record.
Elf wanted to learn something new every day, experience every moment, try new things.
Elf always claimed that it’s better to do something and regret it than regret never doing it.
Elf didn’t waste his time reading or watching contents wasting his time or influencing him negatively.
Elf would do anything for friends.
Elf failed and fell apart a couple of times, but always got over it.
Elf tried to bring smile to everyone’s life, although was also sad or angry sometimes.
Elf went mad facing any kind of discrimination or stereotypes.
Elf did not believe in any particular god, but believed that nothing happens without the reason and that there is some energy around.
Elf tried to treat others as he would want to be treated himself.
Elf never wanted to hurt anyone and could say he is sorry.
Elf rarely regretted anything, usually just learned from his mistakes.
Elf really listened what people talked to him and was ready to discuss and compromise.
Elf accepted things as they were, strived for more but contented with less.
Elf was passionate, could show feelings, express emotions and be open with people.
Elf tried to mirror or the good thing which life brought him to give the positive energy to the others.
Elf surrounded himself with other positive elves.
Do you know such an Elf? You should. You should find him in yourself, at least partially. Life is easier when you follow his simple rules. And that’s what I wish you this Christmas: be an Elf.